Joss Whedon took to twitter and responded in a cryptic yet resoundingly clear way regarding the removal of director Edgar Wright from the Antman movie. Wright left the movie after having ‘creative differences’ with Marvel. The circumstances of his departure was rather suspicious as according to Marvel, he was fired. We covered all the details here and discuss what these creative differences were’.


The message Joss Whedon (Avengers)  tweeted this picture of himself holding up a Cornetto ice cream treat, which is a reference to Wright’s Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy. This is, without question, a show of support for the filmmaker. I see this photo as a subtle but powerful statement from Whedon, and it tells me that he’s siding with Wright in this situation.
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 director James Gunn also chimed in with a heartfelt statement that he posted on Facebook:

“Sometimes you have friends in a relationship. You love each of them dearly as individuals and think they’re amazing people. When they talk to you about their troubles, you do everything you can to support them, to keep them together, because if you love them both so much doesn’t it make sense they should love each other? But little by little you realize, at heart, they aren’t meant to be together – not because there’s anything wrong with either of them, but they just don’t have personalities that mesh in a comfortable way. They don’t make each other happy. Although it’s sad to see them split, when they do, you’re surprisingly relieved, and excited to see where their lives take them next. “It’s easy to try to make one party ‘right’ and another party ‘wrong’ when a breakup happens, but it often isn’t that simple. Or perhaps it’s even more simple than that – not everyone belongs in a relationship together. It doesn’t mean they’re not wonderful people. “And that’s true of both Edgar Wright and Marvel. One of them isn’t a person, but I think you get what I mean.”

With both Whedon and Gun responding we can only wonder what really happened. Both Whedon and Gunn are currently involved with Marvel movies, so they must know exactly what Wright went through. Which makes us wonder who is really behind the Marvel movies we see on screen? Being a director on a Marvel movie seems to be a cutthroat business. Good luck guys!